ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: KI.SAG.SAL (KI.SAG.MUNUS)
Values: igira2

An adab to Enlil for Šulgi (Šulgi G) (c.2.4.2.07), line c24207.A.17
e2-dug3-gadnannadumunun-ne2niĝ2alba-ni-dug4
e2-dug3-ganannadumununniĝ2aldug4
E-duga (TN)Nanna (DN)childprincethingdesireto say
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Paragraph t24207.p3 (line(s) 15-20) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
To that end, Ašimbabbar appeared shining in the E-kur, pleaded to his father Enlil and made him bring a childbearing mother (?); in the E-duga, Nanna, the princely son, asked for the thing to happen. The en priestess gave birth to the trustworthy man from his semen placed in the womb. Enlil, the powerful shepherd, caused a young man to emerge: a royal child, one who is perfectly fitted for the throne-dais, Šulgi the king.
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